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RESolo

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**E**(

**r**, t) = (

**A**/r)exp{i(

**k.r**-ωt)

What happens when t=0 and the waves originates at the origin, i.e. r=0 ... which I assume can't be right as you of course cannot divide by zero.

Thanks!

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RESolo

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What happens when t=0 and the waves originates at the origin, i.e. r=0 ... which I assume can't be right as you of course cannot divide by zero.

Thanks!

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dirk_mec1

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Hint: what happens if you take the limit towards zero of r and take t=0?

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RESolo

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dirk_mec1

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Can you just tell me I'm running out of time here!

I can't PF rules won't let me.

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